Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny will return to full training with the rest of his teammates.
The injury update on the French international defender was provided via a statement from the club earlier on Friday.
The 33-year-old has been out of action for the majority of the year after he injured his Achilles tendon in April.
Laurent Koscielny sustained the injury during last season’s Europa League semi-final clash with Spanish giants Atletico Madrid.
Since his injury, a lot has happened at Arsenal.
Legendary manager Arsene Wenger brought his 22-year reign at Arsenal to a halt during the summer and he was swiftly replaced by Spanish tactician Unai Emery who signed a three-year deal.
The new Arsenal regime under the former Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Valencia and Sevilla manager started with two successive league defeats against defending champions Manchester City and Chelsea before a run of nine successive victories.
Those nine wins include six Premier League victories, two Europa League wins as well as one Carabao Cup triumph over English Championship outfit Brentford.
The 5-1 thrashing of Fulham in their London Derby clash on Sunday was the sixth straight league victory and it was enough to take the Gunners above North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and into the top four.